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Ride the Pink Horse for an intimate profile and emotional journey

Ride the Pink Horse
Dorothy B. Hughes
208 pages
MysteriousPress.com/Open Road   June 18, 2013
Originally published,  1946
$1.99 Kindle

A drunken, overweight, apparently homeless man who sleeps on the ground under a dirty serape and rarely washes is the moral authority in Sailor’s life.    1,165 more words

Book Review

Hawks and a hawk's shadow...

I dated a woman in university who was into falconry.

O.K., sure. It’s a thing.

Falconry. We have heard of it. Harry Potter. Excalibur. That sort of thing. 1,797 more words


Samantha Irby with Lindy West

When: Wednesday, April 11, 7:30PM, doors open at 6:30
Where: University Temple Church, 1415 NE 43rd St
Cost: $5; buy tickets here

In a dream come true event for feminist groupies, two hilarious feminists, Samantha Irby and Lindy West, are getting together for a conversation in Seattle. 181 more words


Hunger: A Memoir of (My) Body by Roxane Gay

Everyday, women of all ages around the world look in the mirror and hate what they see. As women, our criticism of our bodies is often ruthless; our rolls, dimples, stretch marks, and cellulite a reflection of our laziness, carelessness, our excesses. 730 more words


A Review of Roxane Gay's book, Hunger

By Kali Nelson

“I often say that reading and writing saved my life. I meant that quite literally,” Roxane Gay.

Bad Feminist was the first time I had ever heard of Roxane Gay and I am glad it was not the last time.

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